Pressure grows after Keir Starmer suggests he recorded Beergate clips

Why won’t Labour release the Beergate Tapes? Pressure grows on party after Keir Starmer’s suggestion that he recorded video clips after late-night takeaway

  • Sir Keir Starmer suggested he recorded video clips after his late-night takeaway
  • Tory MPs piled pressure on Labour last night to reveal these Beergate Tapes 
  • ‘What were these videos he allegedly filmed and why won’t he release them?’

Labour was under pressure last night to release the Beergate Tapes following Sir Keir’s suggestion that he recorded video clips after his late-night takeaway. 

Having said the curry was consumed during a break from work, Sir Keir has struggled to prove that he carried out any duties after he was filmed holding a bottle of beer at Durham Miners Hall at 10.04pm. 

An ‘online event for members’ cited as an example concluded at 9.18pm.

Labour was under pressure last night to release the Beergate Tapes following Sir Keir Starmer’s (pictured) suggestion that he recorded video clips after his late-night takeaway

Sir Keir has also said he recorded ‘pieces to camera’ for social media – but just one Facebook clip appears to have been recorded that day, and it was shot during daylight hours. 

‘Shifty Starmer’s accounts of what happened at his beer and curry night just don’t add up,’ Mark Jenkinson, MP for Workington, said. 

‘What were these videos he was allegedly filming, and why won’t he release them?’

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